Blackfeet Tourism, Parks & Recreation
406.338.7406, ext. 2353
Town of Browning
Browning: 4,387 ft.
East Glacier Park: 4,799 ft.
Situated just 13 miles apart on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, the towns of Browning and East Glacier are bordered on the west by the magnificent mountains and lakes of Glacier National Park. Rolling plains and farmland, much of the grassland never broken by a plow, lie to the east and northeast. Browning is home to the Museum of the Plains Indian, which houses a comprehensive collection of artifacts from the tribes of the Northern Plains.
Features: Cattle Queen of Montana, Dangerous Mission, Forrest Gump (2nd Unit), Heaven’s Gate, Hidalgo, War Party, What Dreams May Come
Television: Animal Planet, Great Lodges and National Parks, Rescue 911
Commercials: Amtrak, AT&T, BMW, Brooklyn Gum, Calorie Mate, Census 2000, D.P. Oil, Ford, Hewlett Packard, )eep Cherokee, Lucky Strike, Mag Lite Flashlight, Marlboro, Marlboro Adventure Series, Mercedes, Quaker State Oil, Sunoco Gasoline
Still Shoots: Chrysler, Ford, Jeep, jeep catalog, Lucky Strike, Marlboro, Toyota
Newspaper: Glacier Reporter
Bureau of Land Management, Missoula Field Office: 406.533.7600
Glacier National Park: 406.888.7800
MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Region 1, Kalispell: 406.752.5501
Browning Volunteer Fire Department: 406.338.3417
East Glacier Volunteer Fire Department: 406.226.9351
Highway Patrol, District 6: 406.755.6688
Browning Police: 406.338.4000
Blackfeet Tribal Police: 406.338.7368
Glacier County Sheriff: 406.873.2711
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